My wife and I ate dinner here one very busy evening (Cinco de Mayo). Service was what one would expect under the circumstances, a little slow, but not terribly so. We are not heavy eaters,so we planned to order off the pequenas menu -- an enchilada and beans for my wife and the taco especial picadillo with rice for myself. Somehow, this ended up being a two-enchilada plato (with beans and rice) for my wife, and a taco (and some diced tomatoes with grated cheese) by itself on my plate. So...we got to share, but not quite in the way we had anticipated. And we had to leave an enchilada behind -- the quantity on the plate was more than adequate. The margarita was OK and there is a selection of Mexican (and other) beers, both on tap on in the bottle. While the taco especial was very good, the enchilada was good, but not outstanding. The staff was very friendly and that helped make for a pleasant evening, despite the menu mix-up.
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